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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 6, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas P»Q«2A Weather Herald-Zeitung New Braunfels. Texas Friday. November 6.1987 Achtung Water Watch Comal River..............................407    (up 5) Canyon Lake inflow......................292    (down    6) Canyon Lake outflow.......................292    (same) Canyon Lake level......................900.97    (same) Edwards Aquifer....................627.77    (down    .04) Tin U S. Corps of Engineers office al Canyon Dam is an official collection point for recyclable aluminum cans donated to help save the Battleship Texas, a veteran of two World Wars that is now rusting away in dock. Take beverage cans to the corps office between 8 a rn and 4 30 p m Monday through Friday For more information, call I 800 64 TEXAS Forecast SOUTH TEXAS:    Increasing cloudiness with widely scattered showers north portion tonight and Saturday, otherwise partly cloudy south. Highs Saturday from low 80s north to mid and upper 80s south Lows tonight in the 60s except upper 50s Hill Country’ and inland southeast Port Arthur to Port O’Connor - Tonight southeast winds near 15 knots Seas 3 to 5 feet. Saturday Southeast winds 15 to 20 knots Seas 5 to 7 feet Small craft should exercise caution Port O’Connor to Brownsville -East to southeast winds IO to 15 knots Seas 3 to 5 feet Saturday southeast winds 15 to 20 knots Seas 5 to 7 knots Small craft should exercise caution NORTH TEXAS Tonight mostly cloudy with scattered showers or thunderstorms developing west. Showers and thunderstorms west Saturday moving east into the central sections by Saturday afternoon Partly cloudy east Highs Saturday generally in the 70s Lows tonight in the 50s west and central and the 40s east WEST TEXAS Widely scat tered thunderstorms, more numerous north tonight ending in all but the north on Saturday Mild tonight Lows tonight 46 Panhandle to 56 south and near 40 mountains Highs Saturday 64 Panhandle to 77 southeast and mid 80s Big Bend Extended Forecast Sunday-Tuesday SOUTH TEXAS: Mostly cloudy Sunday with a chance of thunder showers north and east A chance of showers south Monday Other wise partly cloudy and turning cooler Monday and Tuesday Lows Sunday near 50 Hill Country to the mid 60s Lower Rio Grande Valley Highs in the 70s and 80s Lows Monday in the low 40s Hill Country to the upper 50s lx>wer Rio Grande Valley Highs in the 60s and 70s Low s Tuesday near 4o Hill Country to the low 50s Lower Rio Grande Valley Highs mostly in the 60s NORTH TEXAS: A chance of showers and thunderstorms cen tral and east Sunday, partly cloudy west Fair and colder Monday and Tuesday Low s Sunday in the 50s to near 60 with highs in the 70s Lows Monday in the 40s with highs in the 60s Lows Tuesday in the mid 30s northwest to the low 40s central and east Highs Tuesday in the upper 50s to mid 60s Texas Weather Scattered thunderstorms are orecast across western and nor hem sections of Texas tonight Thunderstorms are possible ate tonight and Saturday across northern portions of South Texas Elsewhere, skies will be mostly cloudy around the state and temperatures will remain mild through Saturday Lows tonight will be mostly in the 50s and 60s. ranging from the 40s in the mountains of Southwest Texas to the upper 60s in South Texas Highs Saturday will be in the 60s and 70s except in South Texas where readings will reach into the middle 80s Scattered showers were reported early today and some light fog formed in the Brownsville area of the Lower Rio Grande Valley at dawn Early morning temperatures were mostly in the 50s. ranging from the 40s in the higher deva tions of Southwest Texas and in the Panhandle to the 60s and 70s across southern portions of the state Extremes ranged from 45 at Marfa in the Davis Mountains to 76 at Corpus Christi Other early morning temperatures around the state in eluded 46 at Amarillo and Wichita Falls. 52 at Fort NS orth SI ut Waco. 56 at Austin SO at Houston 63 at Brownsville 51 at San Angelo. 49 at Lubbock 57 at Midland and 58 at El Paso Public Records District Clerk Civil Filings Halimar Pruesser vs W alter Ellis and Sondra Ellis, injunction Texas General Indemnity Co vs Carlos B Martinez Patricia W Jenkins vs John A Jenkins PRESA American States Insurance Co of Texas vs Rayboume S Stephanson worker's compensation In the interest of minors I RES A Divorces Staci and John M Bloomer Jr County Clerk Marriages Janet Louise Andrews and l^eslie Virgil Blackburn Roslyn Annette McClellan and Clark Wesley Faust Elaine Leones Lively and Daryl Alan Ostrander Karin Irene Alles and Josef Ludw ig Births McKenna Memorial Hospital Karen and Tim Hood All Saints Episcopal Hospital 7 pound. 3-ounce girl; Oct 30 Mr and Mrs James M Cook of New Braunfels, maternal Entertainment on stage has the rapt attention of the Timmermann Sisters left who are sitting with Doris Brandt, wife of Wurstfest presi dent Clinton and Berdyne Fioren wife of Myron Fioren The annual celebration continues through Sunday (Photo by Deryi Clark* Election costs reflect heavy voter turnout By DAVID MAY Staff Writer County Clerk Rosie Bosenbury Thursday called this wt*ek's voter tur nout the largest ever for an off elections year though past special election comparisons have not been compiled “This is the biggest ever.’’ said Bosenbury of the 9 360 voters casting ballots Nov 3. representing 37 per cent of registered county voters Approximately 2,200 voters exercis ed their rights during 1985 special elections according to the clerks of flee Voter turnout statewide set ail time records largely attributed to the appearance of the pan mutuel ques tion The clerk s office wa*- busy Wednes day and Thursday canvassing votes and counting three of the 24 precincts by hand as required by state law Bosenbury said the manual counts matched the automated tatmlations Although voter turnout was high especially at several of the rural precincts including Bulverde and St art 2 v tile Bosenbury said no precincts ran out of ballots she and sheriffs deputies s^*ent late Tuesday afternoon delivering extra ballots to precincts running short We never ran out of ballots said Bosenburv They precinct officials advised us ahead of time and we had them all covered We did not wash* any ballots Flection officials had prepared for a turnout of HUXIO and were an ticipatmg a voter resp«*nse of around 2o percent 1 4-H, FFA teams take awards in land, grass judging contest Automatic tabu Tuesday night as Ute CfHirth*HiM-blamed for cloggi four of the six ma precinct results among tile tat gest ren arv wen* s settling at ions I overt* The la iow ei1 from *■ Th. ore bai H think I everv t turned in the co r been a-ntwiry I in mid IV intf t Im in intv md I Klinin M D Nancy McVueen Veal and l>enms Wavne Tomascik County Court At Law Convictions Judge Ron Prichard Raymond Gerald Zedekar 234 Fast Edgebrook Houston DW! $75o fine 40 days jail credit time served driver's license suspended Jo Jo Wheeler 814 Kunkel Seguin theft over SJO under $200 60 day s jail credit time served Gary Fdward ODonnell Route 2 Box 721 Bandera DW I 16 days jail credit time served driver s license suspended 90 days Refugio Martinez 215 South Hill St san Antonio criminal trespass $25 fine five days jail credit time served Freddie Joe Seaton 6710 Walnut Lake Dr . San Antonio DW I driver’s license suspended 90 day*. 2D days jail and Mrs Claude paternal grand grandparents Mr Hood of Burnett, parents BC and Pat Smith, Humana Women s Hospital in San Antonio impound. 4 5-ounce girl. Oct 19 By CARL ENGLERTH District Conservationist Comal County's 4 ll teams and Ca nyon and Navarro FFA teams were among the top teams part it ipating in the 1987 Land and Grass Judging Contest There were 22 teams consisting of 93 F F A and 4 ll boys and girls from a seven county area participating in their resp»nJive land and grass judg mg contest this year The contest is sponsored each year by th*’ County Young Farmers and the Comal Guadalupe soil and Water Conservation District Th* sponsors chose to open th** contest to other countles in the area this year which offered keen competition In the 4 H Grass Judging Contest Comal County » I ll grass judging team captured the top throe places The team of Korvan Kreusier Barry Acker and Jodie Lloyd won first place Second place was won by another Comal County 4 ll team of Chad Fat wards Walden Hiller! and Danny Acker The high point individual trophy was won by Walden Hiller* in the 4 ll Liras** Judging t ontest The team s adv isor is Gloria Kreusier Third place was won by another Comal County 4 H team of Roger Hoffmann Mike Haecker Tina Acker and Stacey Pap** In the F F A Grass Judging ('ontest the Boerne High School KF A team of Duane Zoeller Brent Pfeiffer Lancer Pfeiffer and Fence Pfeiffer captured first place Brent Pfeiffer won the high point individual trophy Buddy I>echert is the FT A team ad v nor Second place was won by a Hutto FFA team of Chris Fritz t’hris Rotierts Charles Ny gin and Randall Tougate Third place was won by a ( any on FFA team of Jenifer Pfeuffer Brian Syamken Lyman Skolaut and Kristi Koehler In the grass judging contest con testants not only had to identify the gras.-* but had to judge the grass as an annual or perennial, cool or warm season native or introduced and its economic value for livestock and wildlife ; contest com 15 F F A teams teams placing In the land judgin petition was among with Navarro FFA first and s**cond The first place team member from Navarro F F A are Kevin Hoi/ Roxanne W ender bch Paul Persoi and Mike Matheaus Martin Mu*** k : team adv isor This year s contest w,*> on th leonard Hitifeider farm south * New Braunfels off F M 725 F aal Ford Tractor of Seguin prov Hied Nove din Bale H Second pla Navarro FF Chant! Cults Darryl F.ngell the higti (mint Third plate IFX team < Walther Rig* M Daniel other team* FT A fourth fifth San Ma Hutto F F A se e team mer A are Char Darrell Ha Ike Chant/ tractor ar*: land judgt i (H»per ai ton » vid** his farm F’ord Tractor Ute site helix* Jim DI* g site' iiixts tn»r lev Bake! rt*»rth an Cults Wa •rt pr or ti if the landow for th** conli company for ii make the lh appreciate int v A (•pared ti e contes ner to pr md lf prewarm Sgefed I i Di K •ten hr ( h ung vaUf Al hi t in •Vat i Troy Ran B*x* Hutto Tim Aaron III .ere ( an FFA ( or Ne* ! be for test Ha < onsrrv Kiting tna I NUJ) yi) J •rnplover o k a Icy iii v t*rt in i itrd it* cod a hj\ p Bond Sail* J t hr Uurgr unr\j» umout did r MiI inc! TIM* Cl inIn gre ithrr than < r*$ J did rib* ll * not iifc EDMO * hr\ di dr. t PW ) Vt th FFA I he conte ontest had itll texture lojx* eros ii k tor- tha apabtlity < slants in the land J to identify the * pereahihty depth in surface runoff I keep the soil lass I Ute son * . if the v Dear Abbv st pro and w inning lave the ate and ft and area FFA ts Canyon FT A Mathis tied for in the land judg tv arui land treatment f The purpose of the lot a. conli to prov ide a training exercise f< 4 H and F F A land and grass jut teams in the local Con se tv District area tiefore the teams ceed to their respective area state contests Only the teams from the area contes opportunity to proceed to national contests In the recent distri contest in san Marc team memt«er Clay high point indiv idual mg contest At the Conservation District and Comal County A oung Farmers spun sored contest awards were presented to encouiage teams to strive for excellence in their resp*** live contests This year s awards were prov ided by Jackie Node and Ai Kosko of Comal County A oung F armers and Comal Guadalupe Soil and Water Conservation District c harles Saur Young F armers presi dent along w ith Ray mond Abel of the Conservation District presented the trophies Modern Myths Run Forever Without A Leg to Stand On AFC A HUA l iter fr gal ISS tiff November I9H2 " I he item to vs hi. h I lr Mr un* vand refer*. I lilied “I nknown "soldier Fires "shot Heard Nine Months Later Anti her*- it is DF AR ABBY You sat I st .» possible for a woman to income pregnant and still remain a virgin printing the lady * knew it would foolish. was just i every time I read yi resentment Please I ha seem* lunge na nu make lam r jut co not u \ what you r I think w hen you her took [lean N w umn I feel i I a::: r. ( are not to he h re ars ag. ms that agatine W M in (ti it •ti vt p obituaries Moratorium Samuel Dunlap Jr. Services for Samuel Alfred Dunlap Jr of 653 Loop 337. Apt 303. in New Braunfels will be at IO a rn Monday at Goetz Memorial Chapel in Seguin with interment to follow in Austin Memorial Park in Austin Dunlap. 68 died Nov 5 at his home Survivors include his wife. Douglas Dunlap of New Braunfels, one daughter Sue Hayworth two sons Stephen Dunlap of Houston and Douglas Dunlap of New Braunfels and two grandchildren Memorials may be made to the American Heart Association Leroy G. Turner Service* are pending at Doep pensehmldt Funeral Home for Leroy G Turner of 952 Sanger in New Braunfels Sanger. 79. died Nov 6 at McKenna Memorial Hospital. Continued from Page 1A is recommending that the city council simply delay implementing the increased garbage rates for six months The recommendation came for the apartment owners and managers who met with Michie twice to discuss the new rates “I aksed them to come up with a recommendatin they thought would be fair,” the city manager said During the six month moratorium, if approved by council, apartment owners will pay the standard $2U per cubic yard garbage rate Once the moratorium expires, individual apartment dwellers will be charged $7 SO plus tax for garbage service This will give them 'apartment owners and managers the time to work out their leases Financially, to the city, this situation will work out tine I think we will still be within the budget Michie said, adding that he does not propose to change the or dinance increasing garbage rates but to simply delay implementing it The city council also will consider alternate charges for apartment customers during its regular meeting Monday The increased garbage fees were earmarked for purchasing new garbage collection vehicles to serve local business The new vehicles Stammtisch were expected to cost an estimated 112U OOO each Michie said most of the major apartment complexes in the city have leases stating that garbage collection is paid by the complex When apartment residents began receiving garbage bills attached to their utilities charges they became quite concerned he said Continued from Page 1A New Braunfels Parks and Recrea lion Department will host an historical walk through luanda park Sunday. Nov 8. beginning at 4 p rn All ages are welcome and admission is free Participants should meet at the miniature railroad depot For more information, call Mark Peltier at 625 5818 Also the parks folks and Domino s Pizza are hosting a park cleanup Nov 9 from lpm to 3 p rn Refreshments will be provided along with bumper stickers coupons and other neat stuff for those involved Call Mark Pedler at the number above for information this event also signing my nam*- A trusted with it UNSIGNED IN OREGON DEAK I N SIGN El): I'm glad you wrote becauKe other reader* may have felt a* you did. and I welcome the opportunity to publicly ut ate that before I published the woman'* letter, I obtained permiksion to use her name. Furthermore, if I had thought *he might be embarrassed by the publicity, I would not have identified her. Incidentally, after that Hem appeared. I heard from folklorist Jan Harold Hrunvand, author, columnist and professor in the Department of FTglish at the University of I tab in Salt Lake City. He wrote (in part): “I was pleased to see that you debunked the tanning story. I have heard many different ver-*ion» of that legend — it'* been around for a long time. “I have published three books on ‘urban legends’ in which I used a few letters from your column. Generally, you are very good at spotting phony letters, but at times you have taken them at face value. My favorite of the legends you have published is the one about the C ivil War ‘virgin birth.' It ran in lodg. the v I rn of vman then tiv • tract ut thus l*« amr .hr had nut f And mnr birth to a lf it hadn I ng ti *'K.i to Im eta .in- g r . *    . j»* r ?. w i.ri a **>«*(! through th* g I mon cav air' in th* rr prod ut young woman *h< gnant bv a man ix-en within jtk) tort « months later she gav healthy baby You don't believe it ix*en published in the vers reliable American Heritage magazine (De comber 19" I page 99 in a story titled I he ( ase of the Miraculous Bullet I wouldn t have lielieved it either I FLAND F SMH ll NASHVILLE TENN DEAR MR SMITH Several years ago I ran that item in this space, which brought me a letter from a FM)-year-old South Dakota indian. He said he had heard a different version of the same story. Only the girl wasn't a Virginia farm girl, she was an Indian maiden who claimed she had F»een impregnated by a bow and arrow. May be that's where the traditional Indian greeting “How?" originated (For Abby'* booklet, “Flow to Have a l.ov el> Wedding.** send a cheek or money order for 12 50 and rn long, stamped CIU rents), self-addressed envelope to Deer Abby, Wedding Booklet, PO Hoi 447, Mount Morris, Iii 81064 i ;